Ebo is a new cat remote control toy and camera that lets you check on your cat remotely as well as engaged in play. The robotic cat companion allows you to stay connected to your pet wherever you may be in the world. Ebo lets you easily capture video in 1080p HD or watch the live stream directly from your mobile, tablet or laptop.
The Ebo app is equipped with editing and sharing features and a small track attached to your cat collar provides play the ever they approach Ebo when you are not around stopping your cat from becoming lonely or bored in your absence. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more. Early bird pledges are available from $158 or roughly £123 with delivery expected to take place sometime during December 2019. Ebo has already raised over $300,000 thanks to over 1,700 backers via Kickstarter.
“The effects of neglect can lead to more than just grumpiness. Without proper stimulation and socialization, cats can develop depression, obesity, and other major health problems. Along with pet neglect, pet obesity has also become an increasingly big issue over the years. According to several studies, the majority of American cats are either overweight or obese. This is mainly because of a lack of stimulation and exercise. The fatter they are, the more to love right? Absolutely wrong. Cats who are overweight or obese have a mortality rate of 2.8x higher than their thinner counterparts, and have high risk of developing serious health problems.”
Cats love to play, but when you are away or at work your cat could get lonely or bored. “Studies have also shown that obesity can also cause mental repercussions to your pet. Overweight cats have scored less on vitality, quality of life and happiness, and higher in pain and emotional disturbance. The good news is, it doesn’t have to stay this way. We’re here to help with Ebo – The smartest, life-like companion for your cat. Ebo creates a world of interaction, fun, stimulation, and connection that helps your cat to thrive and develop to achieve the best physical and mental health that they possibly can.”